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Q39 collaborates with Martin City Brewing Company to create exclusive Brew 39

 Kansas City, Mo. (Jan. 31, 2018) – Q39 recently partnered with Martin City Brewing Company to create Brew 39, a brand-new collaboration beer exclusively on tap at both Q39 locations. Chef Rob Magee of Q39 and Nick Vaughn, Martin City Brewing Company’s Brewmaster, collaborated on the new beer.

The amber style beer has an abv. of 6.5 percent. Martin City Brewing used an old English yeast to give the beer its English pub ale like character. The batch has smoked malt and a slightly higher mash temperature to round out the bitterness with sweetness.

“It pairs so perfect with Q39’s insane barbeque,” said Matthew Moore, Director of Operations at Martin City Brewing Company.

“The Q is awesome,” said Moore. “We wanted a project that can help enhance both the food and beer scenes of each simultaneously.”

Brew 39 is served on tap at both Q39 locations. Visitors to the Martin City Brewing Company tap room can also experience the Brew 39.

About Q39

Q39 is a unique hybrid of wood-fired grilling and fresh award-winning barbeque, opened first in Kansas City, Mo. In 2014 and in Overland Park, Ks. on Aug. 14, 2017. Q39 features the area’s first open barbeque scratch kitchen, chef-driven by national champion barbeque pitmaster and Culinary Institute of America graduate, Rob Magee. Every single dish at Q39 is made fresh from scratch daily using multiple barbeque cooking techniques and Q39’s own barbeque sauces and rubs perfected by Rob and his Munchin’ Hogs barbeque team. Stylishly designed with an urban-rustic flare and a panoramic view of Overland Park, Q39 has a large dining room with wrap-around windows, semi-private dining options, an expanded patio with a fireplace and a dedicated Q2GO carry-out entrance. Q39 is home to a full-service bar, serving original cocktails and hand-selected beers and wines. Q39 offers full-service off-site catering and in-house semi-private events for small groups and large parties.



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